Novak Djokovic recently opted out of the Miami Open due to an injury. In the meanwhile, he spent $8.9 million dollars on a waterfront penthouse in the heart of Florida. Djokovic’s fortune is estimated at $170 million dollars from playing professional tennis. The tennis star already owns a Monte Carlo Apartment and NYC condos, each worth in millions. The penthouse contains an Italian aesthetic three-bedroom unit, an infinity pool, a botanical bar and a fully equipped library; not to also mention a superior technology gym and spa.
With clean looks and a concentration on minimalism, the penthouse has the makings of an impossibly sophisticated getaway. The penthouse itself is located at the end of the Miami parkland, away from the cluster but still oriented to the city. The Atlantic ocean spans immeasurably as the home meets the ocean, adding an even more spacious element to the extensive looking infrastructure. Renzo Piano, the architect and mind behind ‘The Shard’ and ‘The Whitney Museum of America Art’ designed the entire penthouse, giving it a stylistic originality. The colours inside the penthouse are light and designed to give the place a different look in the night, the place has a beach-like mood despite the minimal interiors and it will definitely be a hotspot for Novak Djokovic’s upscale parties with the social elite.